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Successful Tourism Marketing

Successful Tourism Marketing

Susan Briggs

£29.95

A guide to tourism marketing. This second edition of Successful Tourism Marketing is aimed at anyone seeking to promote a tourist 'product' or service. It offers practical information and advice directly related to the tourism industry, which can be easily applied. Examples and checklists are included.

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About the book

Travel and tourism are set to become the world's largest industry. With improved marketing, most tourism businesses could claim a bigger share of this lucrative but fragmented industry. Successful Tourism Marketing is designed to benefit anyone seeking to promote a tourism product or service, whether it is a destination, visitor attraction, hotel or tour operation. Rather than concentrating solely on marketing principles, Successful Tourism Marketing considers the many markets for tourism products, how to target the markets you wish to reach and illustrates the theory with a range of case studies. Also offered is practical advice and information on promotional activities, including print material, direct mail, public relations, advertising, selling and exhibitions.
Now in its second edition, Successful Tourism Marketing considers domestic and overseas markets for tourism products and covers both the travel trade and independent travelers. This book will equip readers with a thorough and practical grounding in tourism and the essentials and peculiarities of marketing in this field.


Book Details

  • EAN: 9780749434694
  • Edition: 2
  • Published: 1st November 2000
  • Paperback
  • Dimensions: 234x156
  • 208 pages

About the Author

Susan Briggs is an independent tourism marketing consultant and trainer. She has worked on many consultancy projects for a wide range of destinations, regeneration agencies, hotels and attractions, including the British Tourist Authority, the English Tourism Council, English Heritage, Historic Royal Palaces, several national museums, numerous hotels and local authorities. She was formerly marketing manager of two specialist tour operators.


Susan Briggs